Maserati Grecale teased ahead of 2021 reveal
Maserati has given us some hazy teaser shots of its upcoming Grecale – an all-new crossover that will go head-to-head with the Porsche Macan.
Here’s everything we know so far.
Maserati Grecale exterior
The snaps don’t give much away, but we know that dimensionally the Grecale will be smaller than the Levante; it’ll be around the same size as the Alfa Romeo Stelvio.
It’ll borrow its styling from the Levante, but being a more compact vehicle it’ll be going after cars like the Porsche Macan and BMW X3.
Maserati Grecale interior
No pics have been revealed of the inside, but if it’s anything like the recently refreshed Levante, it’ll get a large 8.4in infotainment system that will be compatible with Android Auto and Apple Car Play.
It’ll be tricked out in the usual Maserati fare too; lots of exquisite leather, tasteful trim and lots of brushed aluminium. Or so we can speculate, anyway.
Maserati Grecale drivetrain
It won’t just share its dimensions with the Stelvio; underneath you’ll find it is underpinned by the same platform.
That means a range of potent petrol engines will be available, and likely feature a 2.0-litre turbo with mild-hybrid power. The platform will also allow it to move to full electric power – something we’re likely to see in 2022.
Maserati Grecale release date
No date has been confirmed for the big reveal, but it’ll likely be unveiled this year, launching towards the winter.
Maserati says this new SUV has “a key role in the brand’s development”, so we’ll bring you more info as soon as we hear it.